Scientists have long concluded that age is the major determining factor in worsening mental-function, and especially memory loss. Unfortunately, because of this our society has developed an incorrect stereotypical belief about memory loss – that it is irreversible, and that it is as clear a sign of aging as wrinkles, or graying hair. However, the professionals at King David Community center, based on the latest achievements of modern science, are convinced of exactly the opposite. Because of this, the Community Center always offers its clients a wide variety of activities, aimed at continuing their current mental capacities and restoring those already lost.
Speaking to memory loss in the elderly – the professionals at King David realize that, when first noticing signs of memory loss, most people are embarrassed to talk about it, and not only with their friends or family, but even their doctor. So we always maintain the highest level of tact, patience, and polite persistence, to allow each person to open up and share the concerns troubling them.
After all, this is most important, as catching the disease in its early stages makes it easier to prevent and reverse. Therefore, the Center always offers different intellectual games, quizzes, crosswords, and puzzles, that not only help train the brain of our clients, but also improve their self-esteem. Guided by the recommendations of advanced modern psychologists and psychoanalysts, the medical professionals at Kind David also conduct regular interviews, casually talking about people's lives, helping them keep a clear mind, and a clear memory well in to old age. When taking in to account the examples of Leonardo Da Vinci, Leo Tolstoy, Bernard Shaw, Valesquez, and others – history has proven beyond a doubt. Now if we add to this history – modern medicine, which has greatly improved over centuries of progress, we can begin to see how the concerns of an individual over the loss of their memory in old age begins to disappear – which is obviously a very positive effect of this practice.
In addition to mental exercise, the administrators and staff of King David Community Center also engage their seniors in physical activity, which promotes blood-flow to the brain and also ensures mental longevity. So if you suddenly notice you have forgotten your keys somewhere around the house, don't worry – this is not a disease, but an ordinary scattering. And if you start to notice forgetting things like this on a more regular basis, please do not hesitate to talk about it with our medical staff. They will gladly help.